Whether you’re a dedicated daughter, adoring son, dutiful sister or new mother, trust Parent Care to bring love full circle. As a family-oriented home care agency, we champion the bond of kinship above all else, helping you serve parents and other loved ones with the attention and reverence reserved for family.

Our licensed in-home health aides express heartfelt affection around the clock, tending with unconditional kindness and respect. Whatever the extent of their need, rest easy knowing you have done more than hire help. With the personalized assistance only Parent Care provides, you are honoring their love.

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Individuals requiring everyday meal prep, light housekeeping, help with hygiene, medication reminders, skilled nursing and other daily services find a sympathetic family companion in Parent Care.

After surgery, physical injury or temporary disability, our trained aides bring dependable care to your doorstep to assist with range of motion, transferring, walking, turning and positioning.

Arranging elder care can be a complex, costly process. To ease the burden and protect family assets, our consultants work closely with you, offering educated advice on pooled trusts and more.

Parents welcoming home premature newborns enjoy topnotch baby care and monitoring services. Skilled aides assist with feeding, bathing and medical monitoring until the child grows strong.

Our Services

At Parent Care, we strive to provide essential home health care services to varying families in New York, Manhattan, The Bronx, Queens, and Brooklyn. Choosing to invite a caregiver into your home and life is a crucial decision, which is why we provide the best home health care that meets your needs

Our Services

Some people want to stay at home as they age even with all the wonderful retirement community options. If you or someone you love wants to age in place, you may worry that they need a little extra help to stay at home. A home health care aide can ease your mind and help your senior loved one tackle daily tasks that allow them to live a more healthy and comfortable life.

Daily housekeeping ensures that your home remains clean and comfortable. It also makes other activities easier to perform and prevents any dirt, odor, and bacteria buildup due to uncleanliness. Parent Care provides light housekeeping services to keep your loved one’s space clean and livable.

We help your loved one with activities such as:

  • Clearing and cleaning dishes after a meal
  • Preparing baths and cleaning towels
  • Cleaning the bathroom and restocking toiletries after use
  • Wiping any dirt and spills
  • Dusting the house and vacuuming the floors
  • Changing and cleaning bedding
  • Doing laundry and organizing wardrobes
  • Taking out the trash
  • Mowing the grass and tending to the lawn

With our light housekeeping, you can focus on activities and emergencies in your life while providing attention and care for your loved one. Your senior also gains because they continue living in a safe, clean, and beautiful environment for holistic health.

All of our caregivers are carefully screened to ensure that they meet our high standard for delivery of care.

Our Registered Nurses will also be conducting home visits on a regular basis to guarantee that the health and safety of our clients, and to make sure that our client’s needs are being met by their caregivers.

Our certified aides provide a wide variety of different services to our members. These services include different ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) and IADLs (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living). Some of these services are as follows:

  • Home Cooked Meals
  • Medication Management
  • Bathing and Showering
  • Laundry

All these services and more can be provided by one of our certified Home Health Aides. And under the guidance and direction of our Registered Nurses, our clients can be sure to receive home care services that are tailored to their individual needs.

When it’s time to find assistance with activities of daily living (ADL, you or your loved one may be reluctant to allow a stranger into your home. In New York, the CDPAP program enables Medicaid consumers to recruit, hire, and train their own home care workers. The aides can be direct children, family members, and friends.

Parent Care helps you navigate the CDPAP program to enjoy the benefits of home health care with a person you know and trust. To qualify for the program, the consumer (the senior in need of home health care services) must be enrolled in a Medicaid program. The consumer, or the person acting on their behalf, should be self-directing to ensure proper care is performed by the Personal Assistant (PA).

Parent Care will help to make the registration process for the Personal Assistant as seamless as possible. Additionally, with technological advances, Parent Care can ensure timely and accurate weekly payments to the PA for services provided.

Providing your child with the best pediatric health home care is the goal of any parent to a child with medical complexity. In some instances, additional home health care services from a professional are vital to achieve goals and maintain a healthy lifestyle. However, it’s challenging and agitating to entrust your child’s care to the hands of a stranger.

At Parent Care, we understand your fears and aspire to provide the affection, attention, and professionalism your child deserves. We pair you with a trained and skilled pediatric home health nurse that helps your child achieve their health goals while cultivating a close relationship for your peace of mind. With professionally trained assistance, you’re still in the wheel, only with a skilled pediatric home health care provider that supports you in your journey.

Keeping our loved ones safe and loved in their last moments is part of cherishing the life lived. Parent Care partners with you to provide essential hospice and respite care to your loved one in their final days. Our home health care team delivers palliative care with the affection, professionalism, and attention required to make the patient as comfortable as possible. With your beloved in our hands, you can take time to rejuvenate and take care of other private matters. What’s more, you guide the direction of the home health care services until the last minute to ensure safe and dignified rest.

Coping with your seniors’ changing needs and essential support is best done through elder planning care. At Parent Care, we understand that each elder has different health, mental, social, and emotional needs. For this reason, we partner with family members to create a custom plan for your senior to ensure wholesome health.

With Parent Care, you can enhance your loved one’s life while reducing the risks of leaving them alone. Thanks to your elder care planning services, you can focus on your activities while remaining involved in your senior’s life in critical moments. You get to address life’s problems while we handle the home health care services your loved one requires.

All of us need human interactions and companionship during our lifetime, and this need doesn’t end when we’re older. Companion care provides your loved one with essential emotional and social support to help them thrive mentally.

Parent Care offers comprehensive home nursing services to ensure your parent enjoys professional assistance for a healthy life. Our skilled nurses ensure long-term care for patients with disabilities, chronic illnesses, and injury.

The nurses monitor the patient’s vital signs, provide reliable records to your primary physician.  Trained nurses can also deliver medication in the required dosage and time, as well as ensure that your seniors meet their nutrition needs to keep the patient physically healthy. 

When an emergency occurs, a nurse is equipped to handle the situation and seek immediate ambulatory and hospitalization services. They can also brief other physicians immediately and ensure that your loved one receives the hospital services they require.

Care coordination ensures that all participants concerned about a patient’s health receive frequent updates and participate in the planning of patient care.

Parent Care takes you through care coordination to ensure that each member chips in for effective care. We communicate ahead of time to ensure that all the patient’s needs are met for premium care. With teamwork, you and your siblings can oversee patient-centered medical assistance to keep your loved one happy.

It’s entirely possible that your senior parent doesn’t get around as well as they once did. Normal everyday chores have become more work than your parents can handle. A personal care aide can help with a variety of everyday tasks. Some typical tasks include: 

  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Household chores
    • Dusting
    • Vacuuming
    • Changing bed linens
    • Cooking
    • Laundry
  • Feeding
  • Running small errands

A personal care aide works hard to be helpful without being intrusive. With a little extra help around the house, a senior can remain at home longer and keep their sense of independence. 

Most Beneficial Services

Home health aides can offer a variety of services. While you may need some but not others, it’s always good to understand the most beneficial services offered. These services include:

Some people want to stay at home as they age, even with all the wonderful retirement community options. If you or someone you love wants to age in place, you may worry that they need a little extra help to stay at home safely and healthy. A home health care aide can ease your mind and help your senior loved one tackle daily tasks that allow them to live a more healthy and comfortable life.

Home health aides can provide a myriad of varied services for seniors living at home. You want to ensure that you find the right professional to lend a helping hand. Here’s a look at the two main types of home health aides that you might enlist to help an aging loved one, depending on their needs.

This program allows a senior with medical needs to choose a professional to care for them, and the state of New York pays the cost associated with that care. Both the senior in need of medical care and the caregiver must meet certain qualifications to be eligible for the program and to receive funding from the state.

If you have a child with a serious health condition or who was born premature, you may need the help of a pediatric nurse in your home on a time-to-time or daily basis. Pediatric home health care can help you keep your child at home while continuing to provide the essential health care, such as monitoring, babysitting, and administering medication, that they need to get better or maintain their health. 

After all the treatments have been tried and doctors have done all they can do, some seniors decide that they want to live their final days at home. During this time, your parent or senior loved one may need some basic medical care to keep them comfortable in their final days and weeks. A home health aide can provide care and compassion during this stressful time.

It takes a lot of work to take care of aging parents, and there are programs that can help, but you may need some assistance. Working with an expert, you and your family can come together and create a working and acceptable plan to care for your elderly parents or loved ones. The expert can also assist you in dealing with insurance or government bureaucracy to claim and benefits or financial help for your personal situation. 

Like everyone else, seniors can get lonely, especially if they’ve lost a spouse. Companion care provides your senior loved one with someone to spend time with as well as help them with daily chores, and possibly, medical care. It depends on the level of care that your senior parents need. After the chores are done, this home health aide will spend time with your senior, reading to them, talking, or playing a game. 

Homes require a lot of work from keeping the floors clean and washing clothes to cleaning dishes and scrubbing bathrooms. If you need a home health aide that does light housekeeping to help your aging parent that service is available. You can combine this type of service with others, such as companion care and hospice. Without housekeeping duties, your parent can stay in their home longer. 

You may find yourself in a situation where your senior parent needs multiple services, and it can be hard to coordinate who is coming when to do what. Care coordination helps you keep everything straight and ensures that your parent is getting the care that they need. It’s an extra set of hands to help you keep your parent safe, healthy and well-cared for.

When you have an aging parent who doesn’t want to leave their home, you can Get Care to allow them to stay at home. When you have more questions, you can find answers.

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Finding affordable in-home assistance is a full-time job on its own. Parent Care exhausts all financial options so staying home is always possible.

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